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Where to Watch the Premier League: Matchweek 14

With the Premier League campaign in full swing, here's how to watch all the action.

By Andrew Woodin
Son Heung-Min competes with Rodri & Jack Grealis

Before we dive into Matchweek 14 of the 2023/2024 Premier League season, here’s a quick refresher of some of the key storylines from last week.

Last we watched, after Everton were hit with a 10-point deduction – the largest penalty of its kind in Premier League history – the tumultuous Toffees continued their spiral into oblivion with a total meltdown against Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United squad to the tune of 3-0. But with the darkness, comes the light, and the Red Devils’ phenom Alejandro Garnacho provided more than enough with his scintillating overhead smash.

Despite a valiant effort by Spurs, even the brilliant schemes of Ange Postecoglou couldn’t elevate his injury-riddled side in their 2-1 loss to Aston Villa. While maladies continue to churn through Tottenham’s lineup, Eddie Howe didn’t let injuries stand in the way of his Newcastle side, one that featured 17-year-old Lewis Miley locking down the midfield against the boys from Stamford Bridge. The Magpies played with heart against Chelsea while the Blues sleepwalked their way to arguably the worst loss Mauricio Pochettino has endured with the fabled club.

But all that’s in the past as Matchweek 14 is set to return Saturday, December 2 on USA Network, Peacock and NBC.

Brentford vs. Luton Town

When: Saturday, December 2, 10:00 a.m. ET

Where to watch: Peacock

Though they fell short in a 1-0 loss, Brentford proved last week they could duel with heavyweights Arsenal while Luton Town walked away with a hard-fought win against Crystal Palace, setting up a quality match between two teams who are continuing to find their identity.

Martin Odegaard of Arsenal moves the ball down the field

Arsenal vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers

When: Saturday, December 2, 10:00 a.m. ET

Where to watch: USA Network

Arsenal sub Kai Havertz turned the tide for the Gunners against Brentford, but Mikel Arteta won't want to rely on late-game heroics against Wolves, who, despite falling 3-2 to Fulham, look hungry enough to do some damage.

Burnley vs. Sheffield United

When: Saturday, December 2, 10:00 a.m. ET

Where to watch: Peacock

Go on, admit it. You’re going to watch the Premier League Basement Battle when the Clarets take on the Blades. Sure, both teams are barreling toward relegation, but they’ll likely be fighting tooth and nail to prove they’re not the absolute worst.

Nottingham Forest vs. Everton

When: Saturday, December 2, 12:30 p.m. ET

Where to watch: NBC, Peacock

While a grind of a match could be in store between the Toffees and Nottingham Forest, the bright spot could come in the form of Anthony Elanga, who has scored in his past two Premier League matches and, according to the BBC, could become the first Tricky Tree 21 or below to notch a trifecta of goals.

Mason Mount and Hannibal Mejbri in action with Paul Dummett and Sean Longstaff

Newcastle United vs. Manchester United

When: Saturday, December 2, 3:00 p.m. ET

Where to watch: USA Network

Both the Magpies and the Red Devils put together stellar wins last week, but there’s something about Manchester United’s inconsistent cohesion that gives us pause. That said, Eddie Howe must still reckon with a crippled side, losing Sven Botman, Jacob Murphy, Elliot Anderson, Harvey Barnes, Dan Burn and Callum Wilson. Despite the injuries, Newcastle always loves to prove themselves to one of the Blue Bloods, so slaying Erik ten Hag’s side would be a delicious treat for Howe’s crew at home in St James Park.

Chelsea vs. Brighton & Hove Albion

When: Sunday, December 3, 9:00 a.m. ET

Where to watch: USA Network

At just two clicks above the blundering Blues, eighth-place Brighton has a lot on the line when they tackle Chelsea this weekend at Stamford Bridge. Despite coming off a 3-2 victory over Nottingham Forest, the Seagulls this season are a long way off from the strong flock they were last year.

Liverpool vs. Fulham

When: Sunday, December 3, 9:00 a.m. ET

Where to watch: Peacock

Jurgen Klopp has a lot to be thankful for this holiday season, especially the 28 points on the table that has his Liverpool side neck and neck as they jockey with Arsenal and Man City for Premier League supremacy. If the Reds are able to down the Cottagers, something they’ve done 42 times out of their 73 meetings, Klopp and company could once again ascend the throne.

West Ham United vs. Crystal Palace

When: Sunday, December 3, 9:00 a.m. ET

Where to watch: Peacock

After dropping three in a row and adding one draw, West Ham is looking for a fresh start. So the struggling Eagles, much to their chagrin, could provide the Hammers with a blank canvas to reinvigorate a creative void in their attack.

Manchester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur

When: Sunday, December 3, 11:30 a.m. ET

Where to watch: Peacock

Man City is looking to remind the field of their dominance, and Pep Guardiola’s side could do just that to the injury-ridden Spurs when they host Tottenham. The last time the pair met at the Etihad, the Citizens went down early, but they cooked in the second half to win 4-2. Consider this the marquee matchup of the weekend.

Watch Premier League coverage on USA Network, featuring Premier League Mornings, select matches, and Premier League Goal Zone (check listings for games/schedule). And catch up on all the action on Peacock.

Originally published Sep 13, 2023.

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